Lead shot ban for dove hunting

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  1. Blacklab227

    Blacklab227 Elite Refuge Member

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    It's that moment when they actually fire up the google to realize that they're outclassed and outgunned that makes message boards awesome. All of a sudden Kemo isn't trying to out Bill as a non-duck hunter.

    I read one thread about Winchester model 12 valuations that started to spin out of control and one guy asked another guy why he thought he was so high and mighty. It wasn't like he wrote the book on the model...

    Son of a bitch if the dude didn't write a book about model 12s.:l:l:l
     
  2. tcc

    tcc Elite Refuge Member

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    Ha! That's pretty danged funny :l
     
  3. spaightlabs

    spaightlabs Elite Refuge Member

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    Tonto by a long shot. $170K seed money and $13K a year for a duck club. RBA to the core, bruh. Plus - they have a bajillionaire member.
     
  4. spaightlabs

    spaightlabs Elite Refuge Member

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    Get him out to the rake hole?
     
  5. marsh fox

    marsh fox Banned

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    You would be in court for saying that over here. :l:l
     
  6. KillerClyde

    KillerClyde Banned

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    Rake hole in rice field? I woujld like ot see that done, I cant figure that one out. Thats whay we need his 50 years experience, we need help. INdian ways may be best.
     
  7. marsh fox

    marsh fox Banned

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    TheDuckSlayer Elite Refuge Member

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    Since most dove fields are disked after season in prep for spring planting, I would think animal ingestion (if any) would be neglible. But we don't have any study that tells us anything, which leads me to believe me that it is not hurting anything. I mean, if it was known that lead shot was hurting waterfowl a 100 years ago, then shouldn't we know something about doves by now? Or am I being simplistic?
     
  9. KillerClyde

    KillerClyde Banned

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    well you are form Alabamia.
     
  10. marsh fox

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    If you saw the amount of spent lead reclaimed off most arble field in the uk, i think you would be suprised at how much there was.
     

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